Bringing the importance of Remembrance to schools and young people

Learning about Remembrance

Remembrance Travel for Schools and Young People

Cadets at a Normandy war cemeteryAs the national custodian of Remembrance, The Royal British Legion believes that Remembrance should be used to educate people about the realities of conflict, those that are affected by wars and the importance of peace.

We therefore provide tours in Europe and the UK, designed to bring the past to life and to give students and youth groups a direct and memorable experience of history and culture, tailored to their curriculum or interests.

Each tour is led by ex-Service men and women, who have been specially trained to guide, communicate and work with schools and young people

Our tours are designed to bring the past to life. Our aim is that students understand the sites they visit not as monuments to people of the past, but as living memories to help us understand and reflect on the present.

Tours are planned to match your school's requirements and there are familiarisation trips for teachers and education staff throughout the year.

Visit our website www.remembrancetravelschools.org.uk for suggested itineraries or use the contact details below.

Remembrance Travel for Schools and Young People
McMillan House
Cheam Common Road
Worcester Park KT4 8RQ
UK
  
T: 020 8335 9768
 
E: team@remembrancetravelschools.org.uk

City of London Academy on 66th anniversary of D-Day tour

Remembrance Travel for Schools & Young People brochure

Remembrance Travel for Schools and Young People tours 2013-14If you would like a copy of our tour brochure, either use the link below to download a pdf version or to request a copy of the brochure mailed to you, please click here. Please ensure you include your complete address.

Download the Remembrance Travel for Schools & Young People brochure here.

Bursaries

Students from City of London Academy speaking with a Normandy veteran at Bayeux War Cemetery on 6 June 2010To ensure that young people from many different backgrounds are able to visit sites and memorials that are part of all our histories, The Royal British Legion has a bursary scheme.

Up to two-thirds of the cost for students on free school meals will be met on two-day tours. Bursaries are limited to certain financial conditions and to certain tours only.

Please contact Remembrance Travel for Schools and Young People for full details and a bursaries application pack. Call 020 8335 9768 or email team@remembrancetravelschools.org.uk

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